Miss Lillie Bell Thomas spent the week-end in Gilbert with her sister, Mrs. Helen Oswald.
Mrs. O. Shealy and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shealy on Whaley street.
The friends of Mr. Mooney will regret to hear of his death which occurred Thursday. Mr. Mooney is survived by his wife and six children. The interment will take place at Hickory Grove, N. C., Sunday.
Mr. W. P. Cargill is leaving Granby mill to take charge of the spinning room in Jonesville, S. C.
Mrs. W. P. Cargill leaves Tuesday for Spartanburg, S. C., where she will spend two weeks with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Bailey of the city spent Wednesday with Mr. and MRs. J. O. Corn.
Mr. L. N. Chandler left Saturday for Jonesville where he will spend the weekend with his family.
The teachers and officers of Whaley Street Methodist church met with T. M. McNeil Monday evening to discuss a more efficient Sunday school. After the meeting Mrs. McNeil assisted by Mrs. H. W. Moseley served refreshments.
Mr. M. H. McLendon has returned to his home in New Orleans.
Mrs. M. H. McLendon is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Butler, at Blaney.
J. C. Stroud, Jr., Had the misfortune of breaking his arm while skating.
Lenzie Whittle is ill at his home on Whaley street.
The house of Mr. Henry WIlliams was destroyed by fire Thursday morning.
Mr. T. E. Mitchell spent the weekend with his family, returning Sunday eventing to his work at Winnsboro.
Mr. P. Lowe of Union is visiting Mr. J. O. Corn.
Mr. Jesse Martin of WIlliamston is visiting Mr. W. W. Greer.
Mr. and Mrs. Beacham of Granby are spending a while with their daughter, Mrs. V. G. Huff, on Richland.
Mrs. Robbins is ill at her home on Williams street.
Mrs. S. A. Bishop, who has been sick for some time, is convalescing.
Mrs. Lilly Kaigler spent Tuesday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Arledge, on Church street.
Mrs. Woods and Mrs. Arledge visited Mrs. Josie Grimsley on Pickens street Wednesday.
Mr. L. W. Chandler of Jonesville has accepted a position as overseer of the spinning room at Granby.
Miss Zoe Wright of the city visited her sister, Mrs. D. R. Roof, Thursday.
Mrs. Alford of Camden visited her daughter, Mrs. Jim Mills, Monday returning Tuesday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mooney have moved from Green street to 724 Whaley street. Mr. Mooney will succeed Mr. C. F. Grant in Running the barber shop at the Y. M. C. A.